It’s rare, though not unheard of, for Google to launch a mobile app that is either an iOS exclusive or an iOS first. Especially for something as utilitarian as a virtual keyboard. Alas, that is exactly the case for Gboard, which launched last May exclusively for iOS. That is, until today. Google has finally, semi-officially made its new software keyboard available for Android, and it is doing one better. It is replacing its own Google Keyboard, which, depending on how you liked the idea of Gboard in the first place, may or may not be a good thing.